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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 44. Chapters: 1830 in Algeria, 1830 in Australia, 1830 in Belgium, 1830 in Canada, 1830 in England, 1830 in France, 1830 in Ireland, 1830 in Mexico, 1830 in New Zealand, 1830 in Norway, 1830 in Poland, 1830 in Russia, 1830 in South Africa, 1830 in Switzerland, 1830 in international relations, 1830 in the Netherlands, 1830 in the United Kingdom, 1830 in the United States, July Revolution, November Uprising, French Algeria, Belgian Revolution, List of sovereign states in 1830, Swing Riots, Freiämtersturm, List of state leaders in 1830, United Kingdom general election, 1830, Maysville Road veto, Revolutions of 1830, Indian Removal Act, Cholera Riots, Ustertag, 10th Parliament of Upper Canada, 13th Parliament of Lower Canada, 14th General Assembly of Nova Scotia, 13th General Assembly of Nova Scotia, Law of April 6, 1830, Talleyrand partition plan for Belgium, National Congress of Belgium, Southern Ocean Expedition, Provisional Government of Belgium, Bathurst Rebellion, 9th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly, July Ordinances, 1830 United States Census, 1830 in Wales, French legislative election, 1830, 1830 English cricket season. Excerpt: French Algeria (French: ) lasted from 1830 to 1962, under a variety of governmental systems. From 1848 until independence, the whole Mediterranean region of Algeria was administered as an integral part of France, much like Corsica and Réunion are to this day. The vast arid interior of Algeria, like the rest of French North Africa, was never considered part of France. One of France's longest-held overseas territories, Algeria became a destination for hundreds of thousands of European immigrants, known as colons and later, as pieds-noirs. However, indigenous Muslims remained a majority of the territory's population throughout its history. Gradually, dissatisfaction among the Muslim population with its lack of political and economic status fueled calls for greater political autonomy, and eventually independence, from France. Tensions between the two population groups came to a head in 1954, when the first violent events of what was later called the Algerian War began. The war concluded in 1962, when Algeria gained complete independence following the March 1962 Evian agreements. Purchase of Christian captives by French monks in Algiers in 1662. Bombardment of Algiers in 1682, by Abraham Duquesne.Since the capture of Algiers by the Ottomans Oruch and Barbarossa in 1516, Algeria had been a base for conflict and piracy in the Mediterranean. Christian ships were being captured and Christian slaves taken. In 1681, Louis XIV asked Admiral Abraham Duquesne to fight the Barbary pirates, and he bombarded Algiers between 1682 and 1683 to help Christian captives. Again, d'Estrées bombarded Tripoli and Algiers from 1685 to 1688. An ambassador from Algiers visited the Court in Versailles, and a Treaty was signed in 1690 that provided peace throughout the 18th century. During the Directory regime of the First French Republic (1795-1799), the Bacri and the Busnach, Jewish negotiants of Algiers, provided important quantities of grain for Napoleon's soldiers who participated in the Ital


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